Former Executives Losing More Money in Wells Fargo Fake Bank Account Scandal

The fallout continues over the fake bank account scandal at Wells Fargo.

The company is taking back $75 million from two former top executives. 

The Wells Fargo board says ex-CEO John Stumpf did not act quickly enough to investigate the claims. 

Wells Fargo is also taking money from former community bank Chief Carrie Tolstedt for refusing to change the bank's sales business model.

In total, senior executives are returning $180 million in pay.

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